WDD_lec_34 - JavaServer Pages Lec - 34 What is JSP page? A...

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JavaServer Pages Lec - 34
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What is JSP page? A text based document capable of returning both Static content HTML, XML, Text Dynamic content Java code Displaying properties of JavaBeans Invoking business logic defined in Custom tags
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Web-Based Enterprise Applications in Java Figure shows a simplified view of one application and its layers.
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Java Web Application Technologies (Presentation/Web Tier)
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First run of a JSP
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Benefits of JSP Convenient: We already know Java and HTML! Provides an extensive infrastructure for: Tracking sessions. Managing cookies. Reading and sending HTML headers. Parsing and decoding HTML form data. Efficient: Every request for a JSP is handled by a simple Java thread. Hence, the time to execute a JSP document is not dominated by starting a process.
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Benefits of JSP cont. Portable
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2010 for the course CS CS506 taught by Professor mr. umair javed during the Spring '10 term at Virtual University of Pakistan.

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